Sonics may refer to:

  • Sonics, a branch of acoustics
  • The Sonics, an American band
  • A nickname for Seattle SuperSonics, a former American professional basketball team

Other articles related to "sonics":

Shannon Brown - NBA Career - Chicago Bulls
... part of a 3-team deal between the Bulls, the Cavaliers, and the Sonics ... The Sonics received Cavs forward Ira Newble, Cavs forward Donyell Marshall, and Bulls forward Adrian Griffin. 2009 2nd round pick (which turned out to be Danny Green), Sonics forward Wally Szczerbiak, and Sonics guard Delonte West ...
1967–68 Seattle Super Sonics Season - Regular Season
... Walt Hazzard had a high scoring debut, leading the Sonics' offense with 30 points, followed by Tom Meschery with 26 ... After a week off, the Sonics played in consecutive days against the other expansion franchise, the San Diego Rockets, splitting the series and thus ... After two streaks of four and eight straight losses, the Sonics found themselves quickly near the bottom of the Western Division by the end of the first four ...
Bristol Sonics
... Bristol Sonics are a rugby league club based in Bristol in the South West of England ... The Sonics' first team plays in Rugby League's competition, having previously played in the now defunct (Midlands Premier division) ... Bristol Sonics A play in the RLC West of England ...
Seattle Super Sonics Relocation To Oklahoma City - Relocation Effort
... and enforce the Specific Performance Clause of the Sonics' lease, which required the team to play at KeyArena through 2010 ... he informed NBA commissioner David Stern that the ownership group intended to move the Sonics to Oklahoma City as soon as it was legally possible ... of the announcement, one day after the Sonics' home opener, drew critical comments from Tom Carr, Seattle's attorney, who said "Mr ...